Recent events in the worlds of movies and journalism prove that when you publicly attack artistic expression and freedom, you inevitably make that art stronger.Read more "When You Attack Art, It Bites Back – HARD"
Imagine sitting in an office getting ready to sign a contract for a corporate video gig when in casual conversation it comes up that you also happen to shoot weddings. Upon hearing that news, the client says, “Oh.. weddings? Really?” And kindly asks you to leave. Well, that’s pretty much what happened to today’s guest. […]Read more "Crossing the 180: Ep. 6 – Ryan Bodie"
Today starts a series of episodes where I will highlight filmmakers who just happen to have got their start (or are still in) wedding and event filmmaking. Toss out any preconceived notions you may have about what you think wedding videos may be. Starting with today’s guest, you’ll quickly learn that some of the most […]Read more "Crossing the 180: Ep. 5 – Kevin Shahinian"
I am very excited to have today’s episode finally air. It’s an interview with one of the most talented (and giving) young filmmakers I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet. Brandon McCormick is the founder and owner of Whitestone Motion Pictures of Lawrenceville, GA (in the Atlanta Metro). He has one of the most amazing […]Read more "Crossing the 180: Ep. 4 – Brandon McCormick"
Today’s guest is a testament to hard work and dedication with regards to pursuing a career in filmmaking. From his youth growing up on a farm, to his college years at Emerson where he graduated magnum cum laude, Shane Hurlbut knows what it means to work hard. Perhaps his best known project to date was […]Read more "Crossing the 180: Ep. 2 – Shane Hurlbut"
Today in our inaugural episode we have X-Men producer Ralph Winter. Ralph, who happens to be a fellow Cal alum (go Bears) will share with us the history of his career, whether or not it’s easier or harder to break into Hollywood, his opinion about what’s wrong with contemporary Christian filmmaking, and he gives insight […]Read more "Crossing the 180: Ep. 1 – Ralph Winter"